Order of the Republic (Egypt)
The Order of the Republic is an Egyptian order of knighthood.
|Order of the Republic|
|Awarded for||Valuable services to Egypt.|
|Next (higher)||Order of the Nile|
|Next (lower)||Order of Merit|
The Order was founded in 1953 to celebrate the rebirth of the Republic of Egypt.
The order is composed of the following classes of merit :
- Grand Cordon
- Grand Officer
- The ribbon is green with golden and red borders.
- Charles, Prince of Wales (1981)
- Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, King of Bahrain (collar, 24 January 1973)
- Vladimir Alexeyev, Soviet admiral
- Jože Brilej, Yugoslavian diplomat
- Mohammed al-Ghazali, Islamic cleric (1988)
- Árpád Kiss, Hungarian Minister of Light Industry (1954 by Gamal Abden Nasser)[importance?]
- Mashhour Ahmed Mashhour, Chairman of Suez Canal Authority
- J. William Middendorf, American diplomat (by President Sadat)
- Ihsan Abdel Quddous, writer (1990)
- Omar Sharaf, Egyptian diplomat (1973)
- Ahmed Elbaz, Egyptian scientist
References and sourcesEdit
- World Medals Index, Republic of Egypt: Order of the Republic